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Rugged & Rural Canada 29th July 2017 • 16 nights • Sails from Liverpool • Boudicca • CRUISE ID: D1717 Come face-to-face with the rustic scenery of Canada’s unspoilt eastern seaboard. In just over two weeks you’ll visit Newfoundland’s historic capital; discover UNESCO-listed L’Anse aux Meadows; uncover proud French heritage in St. Pierre; encounter historical sites in Corner Brook; and call into Sydney, the gateway to the dramatic Cape Breton Belfast Corner Brook L’Anse aux Meadows Date Arrive Depart Destination JULY 2017 Sat 29 PM Liverpool Sun 30 early pm late night Killybegs, Ireland Mon 31 Cruising AUGUST 2017 Tue 01-Thu 03 Cruising Fri 04 early am late pm St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada Sat 05 early am late pm St. Pierre, St. Pierre et Miquelon, Canada Sun 06 early am late pm Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada Mon 07 early am late pm Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada Tue 08 early am late pm L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada D Wed 09-Sat 12 Cruising Sun 13 early pm late pm Belfast, N. Ireland Mon 14 AM Liverpool D Anchor Port Single friendly: We will always offer an Ocean View Twin Room at a reduced price for sole occupancy. Please call for details. Highlands and the enchanting Bras d’Or Lakes. marvel at the world’s largest fiddle and bow – a tribute to the style of violin music the region is renowned for. «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Join the captain and crew aboard The Amoeba for a unique sailing experience on the pristine waters of the Bras d’Or Lakes, followed by a visit to the beautiful village of Baddeck. Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada Located on the beautiful Bay of Islands at the mouth of the Humber River and worldrenowned for its salmon, Corner Brook comprises many attractions along with historical sites. Follow the footsteps of Captain Cook along the scenic coastline, past delightful fishing villages, and be sure to visit the Captain Cook Monument, a National Historic Site that overlooks the city. L’Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada Immerse yourself in pre-New World discovery at L’Anse aux Meadows, an archaeological site on Newfoundland. It harbours connections to the mysterious Viking colony of Vinland, with hiking trails, artefacts and reconstructions of Norse buildings that are intriguing and rewarding in equal measure. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a magnet for keen explorers. Belfast, Northern Ireland Northern Ireland’s vibrant capital has a long list of star attractions. Visit the Titanic Quarter for the Harland and Wolff shipyard and the unmistakable, star-shaped Titanic Belfast; admire unrivalled views from Cave Hill; or take a tour to uncover the mythology of the natural phenomenon that is the Giant’s Causeway. From only £1,899 per person Killybegs, Ireland Blessed with a stunning harbour, charming Killybegs is considered the most important fishing port in Ireland. Its location on the scenic Wild Atlantic Way, close to the Blue Stack Mountains, lends itself well to hiking; though simply stopping to admire the beautiful surroundings proves just as rewarding. From here you can tour to the immensely photogenic Donegal Town too. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada The oldest city in North America has a rich and colourful history; be sure to visit the museums, galleries, watering holes and historical sites of the vibrant Downtown district. Further afield, there are opportunities to uncover National Historic Sites including Cape Spear, the easternmost point of Canada. «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Explore Cape Spear, a spectacular National Historic Site of Canada, followed by a scenic tour of St. John’s and a visit to Signal Hill – where the first transatlantic wireless signal was received. St. Pierre, St. Pierre et Miquelon, Canada One of the surviving remnants of ‘New France’, St. Pierre is living proof that size doesn’t matter. Smaller than neighbouring Miquelon, it is liberally spread with a feeling of joie de vivre and is home to a variety of appealing attractions, including the Frenchinfluenced architecture, inviting patisseries and fascinating Heritage Museum. Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada Sydney is the gateway for exploration of the Cape Breton Highlands, the Bras d’Or Lakes and Fortress Louisbourg National Park. Discover the quaint village of Baddeck and the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, or Liverpool Killybegs St. John's St. Pierre Sydney Caribbean, C Exploration anada & the Amazon Upgrade prices per person, per night from > Ocean View Room: £19 | Balcony Room: £94 | Suite: £100 | Single Rooms from > £3,199 Prices are correct at time of going to print, but may change at any time. Call for latest prices. 72 All of the following included from only £119 per person, per night: Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, 5-course à la carte dinner, late night buffet & self-service tea & coffee • Varied daytime activities Lectures & talks • Swimming pools, Jacuzzis & gym • Choice of live evening entertainment • 3 formal nights Visit fredolsencruises.com, contact your travel agent or call 0800 0355 105


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